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Orange City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 30, 1971
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• Pioneer Home news Mr. Cornle Van Surksem from Alton called on Mr. George Dulstermars. Mrs. Minnie Hulsman spent Christmas with her family at the home of Mrs. Hilda Vande Melde. While there Mrs. Vande Melde's son, Ronald called home from Texas to give his greetings. They also made a tape recording, singing Christmas songs and several talking which will be sent to Cheryle KlelnhesselinklnViet Num. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Kraal from Newell, Iowa had Christ- mas'dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kraal and Mark. Miss Phyllis Skipper fromKalama- 7.00, Mich, who was a house iciest of Miss Mabel Kraal, also visited the Kraal's. Mrs. Jennie De Jong had Christmas dinner in the Dave Dulstermars home at Mtddle- burg. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ro- wonhorst from St. Paul called on her. Twenty five large and small groups entertained the residents with carols and programs during the month of December. Also some brought treats. It was enjoyed very much and we would like to thank everyone who participated for making this a very blessed Christmas. Mr. Otto Mouw spent Christmas day at the Vern Mouw home with the Mouw family. Services held for Louis J. Wielenga Funeral services were held for Lou J. Wielenga, 74, Tuesday, Dec. 28, at the Calvary Christian Reformed church. He died at the local hospital on Saturday, Dec. 25, after a long illness. Rev. Edward B'.ankespoor officiated at the servicp. HP was born Nov. 15. 1897, near Orange City,, He married Johanna Scholten on March 23, 1922, in Orange City. They farmed northwest of Orange City until 1945 when they moved to town. Pallbearers were Gerald Relnders, Jack Wielenga, Goorge DH Vries, Larry De Bor>r, Keith De Boer and Alan Df Boer. Tim Schiebout was soloist with Mrs. John Vogel, organist. Interment was in Wpstlawn Cemetery under the dirpction of Van Etten Funeral Home. HP is survived by his widow; thrpp daughters, Mrs. Homer (Kathryn) DC Boer, Mrs.Har- rlet Nichols of Alameda, C.ilif., and Miss Mary Wielenga of Lakeporte, Calif.; two sons, LPland, Mountain View, Calif., Wilbur, Littleton, Colo., three brothers, Nick, Orange City, Peter and Okko of Rpdlands, Calif., sister, Mrs. Gerrett Relnders of Orange City; 12 grandchildren. foe*/ Hem Christmas morning guests in the hom^ of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vander Laan were Mrs. William Van Gorp, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vander Laan and three daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie. They also enjoyed a noon luncheon and gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vander Laan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Vandor Laan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Vander Laan and Carrie were Christmas afternoon and evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vander Laan at Beresford, South Dakota. A family get together was held on Christmas Day at the home of Andrew F. Van Der Maateri. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Norman Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brink from Rushmore, Minnesota; Miss Nancy Brink from Fort Dodge, Iowa, Mr. Gary Brink and Miss Sylvia Miller from Jackson, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Der Maaten, Cathy and Andy, Mr. andMrs. Jim Van Gorp, Jr., and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Van Der Maaten, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ver Steeg and Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hofmeyer, June, Cindy and Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hofmeyer and Cam from Alton, Mr.andMrs. Clifford Hofmeyer and Shiela from Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Donnis Van Dor Maaten and Susan and Tim from Boyden also stopped in after supper. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Miller and boys from Des Molnes spent the Christmas weekend in the home of Mrs. Ed Van Tubergen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Gabel, David and Kristin of Roseville, Mich..spentsever- al days last week visiting In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Muilenburg. The Harold De Vrles family from Hull visited Mr. Ger- rlt De Vries. Mr. De Vrles had Christmas dinner with the D. Buffingtons In Hawarden. In the afternoon he was In the Alfred De Vrles homeatMau- rlce.Monday he drove to Round Lake, Minn, to visit with his grandson Glen De Vries who came home from Arizona. Mr. Frank Dn Jong's visitors were Mr. Ed Boer from Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nlbbelink and family from Carmel. Mr. Abe Van Peursem gathered with his family at the Wlllard Van Peursem home for Christmas evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Van Pelt from Maurice called on Abe Van Peursem and Mrs. Blanche Bouwmeester Thursday. Mr. Loe Brandsma attended the family reunion of the Lammers family In Sioux Center Christmas Day. Sunday he was a dinner guest of the Dick Lammers in Maurice. Mrs. Gertie Grlfhorst spent Christmas with the EdDehner family In Alton. Mr. and Mrs. RichardMond from Belflower, Cal. called on Miss Dora Dykstra. Miss Martha Meyers' visitors on Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Waelber from Boyden and Mr. and Mrs. Hannas Wealber from Sheldon. Mrs. John Lubbers spent Christmas Day with the Lubbers family in Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lubbers and family from Schleswig called on her. A Christmas party for small children with their mothers was held at the Mayrosehome Wed. morning. Jack Gysbertson of Struble called on his sister, Mrs. Nell Kuecker Wednesday. Gene Evans is the new custodian of the school. All the Cose children were home for Christmas the Russell Vande Steeg family from Calif., the Nuss family of Crown Point, Indiana and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cose of Omaha. Sgt. and Mrs. James Frerichs and daughter of Fort Riley, Kansas spent last week end In the parental Henry Frerlchs home. The John family gathered at the Bill Borchers home at Craig on Christmas Day. The Richard Mayrose family are spending a couple days with her folks at Nashua, Iowa. Rulsch relatives met at the Howard Ruisch home on Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lonnes and baby of Anchorage, Alaska are spending the holidays with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ver Mulm. Dean De Koter is home from Lackland Air Base for the holidays. Mrs. Sarah Van Zee's visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Duane Van Zee from Sioux Center, Mrs. Ravensteln and Mrs. Henry Vander Zwaag from Middleburg, Mr. Jake De Leeuw from Boyden, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Zee and sons Ronald and Robert from Middleburg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Behrens and Merle from Marshall, Minn, on Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Van Zee and Darla from Hospers and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Koerselman from Hull on Monday, Mr. Herman Vander Maten accompanied his daughter from Sioux City to Harris, la. to spend Christmas and Sunday in the Richard Vanden Hoef home. Don Groen spent a couple days in the Orange City hospital as a medical patient. The Gerrit Vander Stelt family of Brooten, Minn, spent the week end with relatives. Mrs. Levering and the John Brouwer family were Christmas dinner guests in the Peter Brouwer home in Le Mars. The Van Koevering family enjoyed Christmas with the Rev. Vander Woude family of the American Church in Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bos and Mrs. Abe Levering attended the funeral for James Van Gorp at Orange City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brouwer of Forest Grove, Mich., were dinner guests in the Rev. Van Koevering home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Renold Schat had all their children home; the Ralph Schat family of Rapid City, Clarence and family of Lawton, la,, and Phyllis of Austin, Minn. Dinner guests on Christmas Day of Mrs. Anna Muilenburg were the Wallace Muilenburg family, the Seuter Altena family of Hull and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Van Veldhulzenof Denver. The evening service was a Hymn Sing conducted by Leland Foreman. The Van Roekel family gathered In the Rudy Van Pelt home Sunday. Services held for G. Te Grotenhuis Gerrit Te Grotenhuis, 79, died at the local hospital on Saturday, Dec. 25. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Dec. 28, at the First Reformed Church with Rev. R.R.Van Heukelom and Rev. Alvin Els- sens officiating. He was born April 26, 1892 near Orange City. Married Rena Bonnena February 2, 1914 at Sioux Center. They farmed west of Orange City until they moved into Orange City in 1942. Mrs. Grotenhuis died in 1969. He is survived by four sons: Arthur, Russell and Eugene, of Orange City, and Milo of Sioux Center; 12 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Audley Van Peursem, Norman Te Grotenhuis, Gary Te Grotenhuis, Dan Te Grotenhuis, Larry Te Grotenhuis and Loran Te Grotenhuis. Rev. Arthur De Hoogh was soloist with Mrs. John Brantsen, organist. Interment was in Westlawn Cemetery under the direction of the Van Etten Funeral Home. Locil Ntm Mrs. Alice VanRoekeland Roy were Christmas Day guests in the Merlin Van Roekel home In Des Molnes. Genevlve Lubbers was a guest of her mother, Mrs. Bert Lubbers over the Christmas holidays. Christmas Day they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Lubbers of Paul- Una. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lubbers and Brian of Sioux City joined them. Tuesday afternoon coffee guests In the home of Mrs. Rod Vander Grlend as a courtesy for Mrs. Jed Fedders who with her family Is visiting here from Littleton. Colorado during the holidays were Mrs. Cornle Eshuls, Mrs. Harlan Kleinhessellnk and Mrs. Vern Vande Kamp. j Announcement We are happy to announce our purchase of Orango city Cleaners and assure you our aim will be to give you the same fine service the Clarks have furn shed. Drop In and get acquainted with us. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Den Hartog Mrs. Walt De Blaauw and daughter arrived by plane on Tuesday to spend some time vlsltng In the parental Ed Vander Vegte home. She has come especially for the wedding of Bob Vander Vegte and Jerl Stlenstra which was on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lee Marven from Le Mars and Mrs. Carl Relnklng recently entertained at a Christmas Tea. Their guests Included Mrs. Lambert Hol- llnga, Mrs. Nick Marra, and Mrs. Wlllard Marra both from Alton, Mrs. Jay De Jong, Mrs. Frank Popma and Mrs. Ray Van Pelt. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnston, Rachel, Danny and David from Rockwell City spent Sunday visiting In the home of Mrs. G. J. Slobe. Mrs. Joe Steensma and Cynthia were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sjaarda and family at Ireton. Thank You We wish to thank our customers for their patronage and friendship over the past 15 years. We know the I>?n Hartogs will serve you well. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark Mr. and Mrs. Peter Faber of Grand Rapids, Mich, left Monday morning after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Sam Faber. Mario Van Klompenburg of Rockford, 111. was a weekend visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Van Klompen- burg. Christmas day dinner guests at the Wm. 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